Latest Cordless Tool News

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DeWalt FlexVolt Battery Brings 20V, 60V, & 120V To Cordless Tools
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Chris   June 30, 2016   0   7  
DeWalt has come out with a revolutionary new FlexVolt battery that can automatically change its voltage from 20V to 60V to match the voltage required by the tool. Two FlexVolt batteries can also be combined to deliver 120V Max to tools that require even more power. Best of all, the new DeWalt FlexVolt battery pack is backward compatible with existing DeWalt 20V Max cordless tools.
DEWALT Launches 20V MAX Battery Adapter That Works with Most DEWALT 18V Tools
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Chris   September 16, 2015   0   2  
It will now be easier than ever for 18V DeWalt Cordless Tool users to find higher capacity batteries with lithium-ion technology, all thanks to DeWalt’s new DCA1820 20V to 18V battery adaptor. The new battery adaptor will allow most of DeWalt’s 18V Cordless Tools to function off of Lithium-ion battery’s from the newer DeWalt 20V Max system.
Makita DCM500Z 18V LXT Lithium-Ion Cordless Coffee Maker
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Chris   August 14, 2015   0   2  
Makita is known for making great cordless tools that all use the same 18V lithium-ion battery. In fact, Makita has bragging rights to over 100 tools that are part of their LXT battery platform; and it looks like it is going to grow by at least one more cordless “tool” pretty soon. That is, if you can count a cordless Makita coffee maker as a tool.  Amazon has a new listing for the Makita DCM500Z 18V LXT Cordless Coffee Maker, though currently listed as unavailable, it will hopefully be available soon.
Bosch BAT622 6.0Ah 18V Battery
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Chris   May 22, 2015   0   1  
Just when you think tool manufacturers have packed all the runtime you could expect to get into an 18V battery, Bosch shows that they are not quite ready to call it quits. The new Bosch BAT622 18V FatPack now packs an industry first 6.0Ah into the new battery.
DeWalt DCS361 7-1/4 inch sliding miter saw
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Chris   May 01, 2015   0   2  
Oftentimes it can be a battle to find an empty power outlet on a busy jobsite, so it is probably a dream of many tradesman—not just myself—to be able to go completely cordless with their power tools. DeWalt is taking their users one step closer to this dream with the introduction of the new DCS361 20V Max 7-1/4 Inch Sliding Single-Bevel Miter Saw.
Bosch Introduces Their Lightweight SGH182 Brushless 18V Drywall Screwgun
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Chris   March 09, 2015   0   1  
Is this the year of cordless brushless drywall screwdrivers or what? Not long after the other brands announce their models, Bosch hits us with their very own. So what sets the Bosch SGH182 Screwgun apart from the rest? At 3.5lbs with a 4.0Ah battery, it is the lightest of the bunch, but it might also be the most powerful.
DeWalt brushless drywall screwdriver
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Chris   February 18, 2015   1   2  
DeWalt wants drywall carpenters to Get More Done, thanks to their new DCF620 20V Max Brushless Lithium Ion Drywall Screwgun with Extended Runtime battery packs. The combination, they say, is what professionals need to get the job done without the hassle of long extension cords.
Milwaukee 2621-21 Sawzall Reciprocating Saw
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Chris   January 30, 2015   0   1  
Milwaukee has announced that they are releasing a new cordless M18 Sawzall Reciprocating Saw (2621) with updated features and technology that will replace the aging model 2620. It has been a few years since the previous model came out, so the 2621 will bring the M18 Sawzall up to par with the rest of Milwaukee’s cordless tool line. 
New Cordless Makita XSF03M Brushless Drywall Screwdriver
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Chris   January 05, 2015   0   3  
Makita has come out with a new 18V cordless, brushless drywall screwdriver (XSF03M) that is powered by their new 18V 4.0Ah batteries, which they say has the power and performance of a corded drywall screwdriver. The benefit, of course, is that there is no cord to get in the way.
Milwaukee M18 Fuel Cordless Saw Review
Chris   October 17, 2014   0   14  
When Milwaukee announced that they were coming out with an 18-volt cordless 7-1/4-inch circular saw I was both shocked and impressed. Why? Just months earlier one of their competitors came out with the first cordless 7-1/4-inch circular saw, but it required 2x18V batteries (36V). Could Milwaukee do the same with one less battery? To find out for myself, Milwaukee sent me their 2731-21 M18 FUEL Brushless 7-1/4” Circular Saw Kit to review.
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